EP Coding

EP Coding is a mobile app for Apple or Android devices that can be used to select appropriate CPT® codes and ICD-10 codes for cardiac electrophysiology (EP) procedures.  The coding of these procedures is complex and changes each year. Physicians often need to enter these codes themselves directly into Electronic Health Record (EHR) programs and are often at a loss as to which codes to enter (I write from personal experience). For a full discussion of the rationale of the app and the rationale for using a subset of copyrighted CPT® codes in the app, see this post.

EP Coding is intended to help United States EP physicians enter the correct codes in an EHR system.  It is not intended for professional coders nor is it a substitute for the AMA official CPT® documentation.

Get EP Coding

Get it on Google Play


  • List relevant CPT® codes for EP procedures, with succinct descriptions.
  • Search ICD 10 codes
  • Determine which codes cannot be used or combined for specific procedures.
  • Analyze selected codes for errors and warnings.
  • Determine proper sedation coding


Main menu
Atrial fibrillation ablation coding page
Sedation coding calculator
Code summary. All green: no coding warnings or errors.
Coding for atrial fibrillation ablation, lacking mapping code
Code summary. Orange alert: warning for lack of mapping codes
Code summary. Red alert: Incompatible codes!
EP Coding contains a complete database of up-to-date ICD-10 codes
Search ICD-10 codes
Multi-step coding wizard for complex procedures
Coding wizard second step
Coding wizard code summary
Help module contains detailed coding hints

Source code for iOS

Source code for Android


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